Greif Edel-Pils is malty for the style but there is fair hopping, making for a very sessionable beer closer to a hoppy Helles. The lingering semi-dry finish is moreish.
Greif alkoholfrei Hell is a surprisingly tasty no alcohol version of their Hells with a balanced palate and semi-dry, semi-dry finish.
Neder Pils is a fine cross between a traditional Pils and a Helles with more body and malt than the former and more hops than the latter. It's a tough balancing act but it pulls it off.
Greif Kellerbier is a balanced malty brew with enough dryness to make it perfect as a Bierkeller session beer.
Hebendanz Export Hefe Weißbier is a fruity wheat beer with a refreshing appearance. The sample I got was oddly bitter, seemingly from the yeast.
Hebendanz Bock is a richly malty deep golden Bock which is oddly only 6.1%.
Hebendanz Jubiläums Festbier is a commemorative amber beer first brewed in 2005 to celebrate Forchheim's 1200th anniversary.
Hebendanz Export is a balanced brew with some grain up front and enough hops for a clean finish.
Brauerei Eichhorn in Forchheim closes due to tough COIVD-restricted years.
Neder St. Anna-Festbier is a light amber Festbier with a rich malty palate with some grain mixed in. The fairly clean finish is semi-dry with a touch of bitterness.